Below are some useful web links to organisations relevant to the theme of Muslims in Britain. Please get in touch if you would like your organisation to be listed.
A gallery of beautiful photographs taken by Peter Sanders celebrating Islam in Britain.
The Muslim Council of Britain is a national representative Muslim umbrella body with over 500 affiliated national, regional and local organisations, mosques, charities and schools.
Celebrated British Muslim thinkers Professor Mona Siddiqui and Abdal Hakim Murad make regular contributions to BBC Radio Four's Thought for the Day.
A service offering private and confidential support for young British Muslims.
Ideas, activities and resources for parents, teachers and youth workers who are working with Muslim young people.
Mohammed Ali (also known as Aerosol Arabic) will be visiting Edinburgh in September 2011 to paint his first ever public mural in Scotland.
Mohammed's website features images, audio recordings and videos exploring his unique brand of urban spiritual art and reflecting on Islam in contemporary Britain and across the world.
Radical Middle Way aims to connect young Muslims with their faith and explore what it means to believe in the 21st century.
An important centre based within the School of Religious and Theological Studies at the University of Cardiff.
The Cambridge Muslim College supports the development of training and Islamic scholarship to help meet the many challenges facing Britain today. The college is dedicated to maintaining academic excellence and pushing the boundaries of Islamic learning in the West.
Glasgow-based organisation offering seminars and courses encouraging Scottish Muslims to explore their faith.
A useful resource posting up-to-date news and events listings for Muslims in Glasgow.
British Muslims are a complex lot: over 70 nationalities, nearly 100 languages and over 2 million stories. Each has an experience to share - what's your story? Participate in the UK’s first national UK Muslim film competition dedicated to uncovering, understanding and hearing the stories and voices of one Britain’s most dynamic faith communities.
This article was published on Sep 14, 2012